Cambridge G2 Mini NFC Bluetooth Speaker

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Cambridge G2 Mini NFC Bluetooth Speaker
Price: $79.99
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Check out this review over at TechRadar.com

Betcha it doesn’t sound nearly as good as the Bose SoundLink Mini whose design it clearly appears to blatantly copy. Helluva lot cheaper though.

I own both the Bose SoundLink Mini Bluetooth Speaker and the Bose SoundLink® Bluetooth Mobile Speaker and neither of them function as speakerphones. I can play audio from my phone’s apps, such as Audible, but cannot take calls on either speaker. If this speaker operates as a speaker phone and not just as a speaker it has a leg up on my Bose products.

I’ve never used my bluetooth speakers as speakerphones before, I don’t know what your application is, but for me it’s more gimmicky than anything. To me the most important thing is the sound quality/size/value ratios. In which the Bose Soundlink Mini kills it on the first two numbers. I also have the Logitech UE Boombox, which does have the speakerphone capability, but the drop in sound quality is enough to make me never use it.

Edit: Looks (sounds) like the Bose is far superior, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5rO48kGaqQk